Meade High School is one of three International Baccalaureate (IB) Schools in Anne Arundel County. The IB program prepares students aged 16–19 for success in a university and life beyond.
Regular course curriculum departments include: Art, Army JROTC, Business Education, English, Family & Consumer Sciences, Foreign Language (Spanish, French, Chinese, American Sign Language), Mathematics, Music, Physical & Health Education, Science, Social Sciences, Special Education, and Technology Education. Meade is also an IB World School, along with two other schools in the county, Old Mill and Annapolis.
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